Gazeta do Rio de Janeiro
Gazeta do Rio de Janeiro was the first newspaper to be published in Brazil. It was printed twice a week. It was pro government for the then Portughese rulers of Brazil. Its editor was Friar José Tiburcio Rocha. It was renamed Gazeta in 1821 and shutdown after Brazil got Independence.
Page 1 of 10 September 1808 edition of the Paper
|Founded||10 September 1808.|
|Headquarters||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
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